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Locust Valley High School

Athletic Hall of Fame

All Journal artwork must be received by 9/27/2012.

Artwork can be emailed to lvfalconpride@yahoo.com


Enclosed is my check payable to Falcon Pride for $ I cannot attend the event but please accept my donation for $ Name: Address: Email: Phone#: Ceremony and Complimentary Dinner (# attending) RSVP no later than 10/15/12 for dinner and ceremony. Please complete and mail with payment to: Falcon Pride Booster Club Hall of Fame Ceremony, P.O. Box 283, Locust Valley, New York 11560 Email us at lvfalconpride@yahoo.com For more information contact: Cathy Rapelje (516) 655 6276 Steve Minicozzi (516) 807 9953

2012 Honorees
Frank Brickowski Carl DeStefanis John Mohring Fred Smith Ceremony
Immediately following Homecoming Football Game (-4:30 pm) Game Time 2:30 pm

Saturday, October 27, 2012

LVHS Gymnasium
Complimentary Catered BBQ to follow

Frank Brickowski LVHS Class of 1977

Frank Brickowski was born August 14, 1959. He is the third of five children born to Bill and Alice Brickowski. Frank attended Locust Valley High School (1974-1977). He was a two year starter on the basketball team in 1976 and 1977. He had the most games over 30 points in one season (5) in LVHS history. In his senior year, Frank had 454 points, 4 blocked shots per game and 349 rebounds. Frank led his team to the playoffs and earned All Division honors. Frank attended Penn State University and blossomed under the direction of Coach Dicke Harter. In 1980 Frank won the John Lawther Award as Penn States MVP. In the third round of the 1981 NBA draft Frank was selected by the New York Knicks. Frank played overseas for three years to sharpen his skills and to be ready for the NBA. In 1984 he returned to the USA and the NBA. He signed with the Seattle Supersonics. Frank played for several teams in his 11 year career the most memorable was his second tenure with Seattle in 1996 where he helped the Sonics reach the NBA finals with his physical defense against the likes of Michael Jordan, Scottie Pippen and Dennis Rodman. Frank currently lives in Portland Oregon. He works for the NBA as a liason to the players association. He is a proud father to his son Jack.

John Mohring LVHS Class of 1974

John Mohring was born November 14, 1956, the second oldest of five children to Richard and Rita Mohring. John attended Locust Valley High School (19711974) and lettered in three sports football, basketball and baseball. He earned All Division honors in basketball and baseball. John was a two year starter in football. In his senior year he made All Division. After graduating from LVHS (1974), John enrolled at C.W.Post where he became a standout football player earning All American honors. He holds school records at Post in sacks (56), season tackles (135) and Career tackles (439). John was drafted by the Detroit Lions in the 1979 NFL Draft. He played for the Detroit Lions and Cleveland Browns of the National Football League. After retiring from the NFL, John owned a very successful landscaping business for over 20 years. He currently lives in Florida with his wife, Tricia. They have three grown children John, Jr., Logan and Avery. He now owns a car wash in Fort Meyers, Florida.

Carl DeStefanis LVHS Class of 1980

Carl DeStefanis was born on November 10, 1962. Carl is the youngest of 5 sons born to Alfred and Angela DeStefanis of Bayville. Carl attended Locust Valley High School (1977-1980) where he was a 4 year starter on the Varsity Wrestling team. Carl was a 3 time Nassau County Champion (1978-79-80) and a two time New York State Champion (1979-1980). After graduation, Carl began his Division One Wrestling Career by attending Penn State University where he was a 4 year starter for the Nittany Lions. Carl was a 3 time Eastern Wrestling League Champion (1982-1984), and was named EWL Wrestler of the Year in 1984. Carl set a school record for most career wins during his senior year and capped his career at Penn State by winning the National Championship Title at 118lbs in 1984. Carl lives in New Jersey with his wife Debbie, and they are the proud parents of 4 children (Angela, Matthew, Rachel and Lauren). Carl began his career at Johnson and Johnson in 1987 and recently celebrated his 25th anniversary with the Company. Over the years, he has held many different executive level positions and is currently the Senior Director of New Business Development.

Fred Smith
Fred Smith was raised in Glen Cove, New York and attended Glen Cove High School where he competed in football, basketball and baseball. He continued his education and athletic career at SUNY Cortland where he lettered in football and track. Fred began his teaching career at Friends Academy and in 1961 became the schools Varsity football coach. He remained in that capacity until 1967 when he assumed the same role for Cold Spring Harbor. In 1969 Coach Smith came to Locust Valley where he served as a Physical Education teacher, coach and Athletic Director, and led the Varsity football team until 1998.In his 38 year coaching career, Coach Smith guided his teams to 202 wins, 9 Division or Conference Championships, 3 Nassau County Championships, 1 Metropolitan Private School Championship, and 3 undefeated seasons. On six occasions his Locust Valley Falcons finished the season ranked in the New York State small school top 25, including: 1984(21st); 1985(9th); 1986(20th); 1987(4th); 1988(24th) and 1996(11th). Freds career victory total currently places him 3rd all time in Nassau County history, and 4th in Long Island history. Fred and his wife Gini were married in 1960 and lived in Locust Valley with their three children, Holly, Kim and Kevin, until retiring to Wilmington, North Carolina.

Frank Brickowski LVHS Class of 1977